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Jul 11, 2013 9:00pm PDT
. a jury that today heard impartii impassioned closing arguments from the pruce. trayvon martin was there. he was there legally. he bought skittles or iced tea or whatever it's called. that was his crime. >> six women, five mothers, will decide if trayvon martin acted in self-defense. the judge said the jury may also consider the lesser charge of manslaughter. the state hammered away at the notion that the unarmed teen-ager was the aggressor. >> why does the defendant get out of the car if he thinks he's a threat to him? why? because he's got a gun. he's got the equalizer. he's got to take care of it. he's a wanna-be cop. >> sanford martin, what day. very, very dramatic, highly emotional, that closing argument from the prosecutor. i found it gripping to watch and i have to say if i was a member of that jury, very compelling. >> you're absolutely right. let me point out the significant difference between the way the closing statement by the prosecution differed from the opening statement. if you remember that, it was almost like a physical blow when they delivered that string of curse word
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